Simple and Ridiculous Ways Travelers Are Judged On The Road

There are many ridiculous ways travelers could be assessed up and down when they travel, from your means of carrying clothes to your clothes themselves.

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Five Questions Travelers Tire of Answering

If you know someone traveling or you encounter a stranger on the road, you may want to refrain from these questions or limit asking them and see how the conversation goes. Many travelers of the world will thank you.

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Five Travel Lessons From A Mom

Behind every great traveler is a mother. Many of our moms shaped our love of travel or even influenced how we travel. With Mother’s Day in the U.S. just days away, here are a few lessons on travel from my own mom that I have learned to incorporate in my own travels.

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Copenhagen International Airport to Track Passenger Movements via Wi-Fi

A company based in Geneva has created a program that will allow airport officials to track the movements of passengers carrying Wi-Fi enabled devices. SITA, the company behind the new software, will implement the technology at Copenhagen International Airport in the coming weeks.

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Carry-On Baggage Cramming: Tips to Make Sure You and Your Bag Make It Through

As most of the United States is covered in a blanket of white, passengers at airports just want to get on and off the plane as quickly and efficiently as possible, especially if they have just been delayed 4 hours. To save us all worry and time, here are just a few ways to ensure your carry on will make it on and off the plane with you.

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